Hello, florence

Florence, the regional capital of Tuscany, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. It is acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and stepping onto its historic cobbles, it is easy to see why. Cradled between the surrounding hills, the city hosts some of the most famous works of art on the planet, and the whole of the city centre is packed with stunning palaces, churches, and monuments. The surrounding countryside is well-known for its rolling hills and its wine, particularly the Chianti area between Siena and Florence.

Bars & Nightlife

The Bars & Nightlife to Visit

Bartender making Bellini cocktail in Italian restaurant.

Harry’s Bar

Lose yourself in a pleasant conversation at this famous historic bar with a casual but yet elegant ambience. In fact, it was here the Bellini became famous, including their reinterpreted Martini cocktail, Negroni that was awarded as the "Best Cocktail in the World by the Martini Cocktail Review". The cocktails are still prepared with the same traditional methods since 1953.

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Red wine glass and old open book on wooden table at sun burst. vintage filtered image

La Cité

This café-library is a unique place in Florence. Here, you can wander among the bookshelves while enjoying a glass of wine or sit down for a cup of coffee and some light fare. The events organised in this bar are always surprising and particular: from Roma music to African dances, through art exhibitions. If you like to get surprised, La Cité will not let you down!

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Finishing touch to cocktail

Rex Cafè

Since its opening in the 90s, Rex has been drawing people due to its unique marina décor, the high-quality cocktails made by skilful bartenders, and its lively social atmosphere. This is for sure the ideal meeting point where to chat with friends while enjoying a good aperitif, but also a place where to show some dance moves and listen to live music.

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If you want to taste good homebrew made in Italy, Mostodolce will fit you perfectly! It is the official dealer of the namesake brewery. Here, you can taste several artisanal beers of different kinds, both made by Mostodolce and other Italian brewhouses, plus charcuterie plates, pizza and burgers.

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Public House 27

Public House 27 is a quirky, off-beat bar and a popular hangout among the locals, making it a great place to mingle and maybe even make some new friends in Florence. The bar is conveniently located near the train station and offers great craft beers in a retro ambience and tends to attract an eclectic group of people.

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Bistrot Cafè 19.26

If you feel like spending a nice and quiet evening with friends or with your best half, Bistrot Cafè 19.26 will offer you the right atmosphere with dim lights and soft cushions. It is a café/wine bar, perfect for your breaks at any time of the day. Here, you can enjoy a nice aperitif or simply taste a glass of Italian wine while listening to live music.

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